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Givepulse is replacing OrgSync

The Service-Learning Program will be shifting from OrgSync to GivePulse over summer 2019. This will have a minimal impact on faculty, and it will improve the student project registration process. (OrgSync has been bought out by another company that does not … (Read More) Givepulse is replacing OrgSync

Transitioning out of service-learning

The short-term nature of service-learning experiences may inadvertently cause strain for community partners and their clients.  Students should discuss strategies for wrapping up with their site supervisor and the instructor. Often this means students will prepare their “client” in advance … (Read More) Transitioning out of service-learning

Thank community partners

Thank your Community Partners and invite feedback – Here is a sample Dear Community Partners, Thank you for your collaboration this semester with the CLASS students.   I received meaningful feedback from these students about their experiences with you.  For example, ENTER … (Read More) Thank community partners

Review¬†student’s final hours report (SP 2019)

Review student’s final hours report: (if students registered for SL projects via OrgSync) To run the excel report with students’ hours follow these directions: Go to your OrgSync portal Navigate to the “People” tab Click on the “Export Service Options” Enter: The beginning … (Read More) Review¬†student’s final hours report (SP 2019)

Microgravity students make STEM Service-Learning a Priority

Boise State University students make a difference in our community and will represent Boise State University on the national stage. Dr. Elisa Barney Smith, Barbara Morgan, and Dr. Julia Oxford are guiding ENGR 475 Microgravity University students on a yearlong … (Read More) Microgravity students make STEM Service-Learning a Priority

Don’t Be THIS Student

Watch the following short videos to learn tips to help you have a successful experience. Community partners love students who are enthusiastic and engaged! They don’t love students who swoop in to “save the day”, then swoop out again. Bring … (Read More) Don’t Be THIS Student